Author: Nicole Macaulay
Title: Honeymoon Alone
Print Length: 311
Publishing house: BooksGoSocial ( 03 dec. 2020)
Just how reliable are psychics – specifically psychics hired by your sister for wedding entertainment?
When irrepressibly romantic Lucy Gray is ditched at said wedding by her date in front of her whole family, the promises of a psychic seem better than her pity-riddled reality.
The psychic’s advice seems insightful: stop ignoring fate’s signs – fate will lead you to love. But when “fate” leads Lucy to London, she finds herself tangled in a web of lies. In a story about finding independence and taking chances,
Lucy learns that leaving everything up to fate can be dangerous – and jeopardize her chances at happily ever after.
Honeymoon alone is a story about a woman looking for love. After her meeting with a psychic at her sister wedding, she is ready to try something new. A spontaneous move, to have new experiences without thinking about the consequences.
You didn’t seem to care about what anyone thought. Honestly that’s how people should live their lives. Not caring about what everyone else thinks, just doing what makes them happy.
Instead of canceling her sister honeymoon reservation, Lucy Gray decided to take it. Unfortunately, for her the hotel policy is clear; the chaizer hotel, a world famous place is exclusively for honeymooner. A information she won’t know before her taking the trip to London. However, she will find a way to hide her secret. It won’t be easy with the presence of a curious and grumpy concierge.
Honeymoon Alone is a cute romantic story. During her time at London, Lucy will spread her wings and try new things.
If I want something, then I have to step up. Be honest. I have to grab it for myself
The best part for me were the constant sense of humor of Lucy and her loving family. The love story was pleasant to follow. Also, I liked the fact that it were not only focus on the romance. I will not say more to not spoil. I found enlightening to visit London through Lucy eyes.
I feel that the story was a bit predictable. But I devoured it till the last page. If you are looking for a pleasant, easy and fun read, I recommend it.